Porta San Paolo Railway Museum

The Rome Porta San Paolo Railway Park Museum is a museum in , concerned with railway and tram transportation. It is housed next to the and the station of the metro.

Notable Places in the Area

The district is the heart of ancient and the Roman Empire. Photo: Paolostefano1412, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Tourist attraction
The is an ancient pyramid in , , near the and the . is situated 160 metres north of Porta San Paolo Railway Museum. Photo: Rabax63, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Railway station
Roma Porta San Paolo is the terminal train station of the Rome–Lido railway line in Rome. Photo: Blackcat, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Metro station
is a station on Line B of the Rome Metro. It was opened on 10 February 1955 and is sited on Piazzale Ostiense just outside , in the Ostiense quarter. is situated 110 metres east of Porta San Paolo Railway Museum. Photo: Blackcat, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

Aventino and Testaccio are neighborhoods of . Aventino is named for the hill which rises up near the Tiber river and is one of the legendary seven hills of Rome. Photo: Dnalor 01, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a district in . The district's name derives from the Latin words "Trans Tiberem": beyond the Tiber river. Photo: Roundtheworld, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is an urban zone of Rome. It belongs to the Municipio VIII of Rome comune, Italy, in the quarter of Rome. is situated 1½ km southeast of Porta San Paolo Railway Museum. Photo: Torvindus, CC BY-SA 3.0.

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